he card posted reflects several techniques of Dry & Heat embossing.
This document is an overview of the different techniques I will be using in my Embossing Techniques Class. A Special Thanks to other Demos for sharing their ideas to help me compile a list.
Dry Emboss, Line Up Technique
Emboss 3 colors and same size of cardstock with same Embossing Folder.
Cut all three pieces at same time after embossed.
Line up and Mat one piece of each color either onto a card or same size cardstock.
Trim to size needed
Double Emboss Technique:
Punch out several Cat Punches using black cardstock (you can use any punchout or die cut).
Lightly glue punchouts onto cardstock.
Run cardstock with adhered cuts through emboss folder of choice (I used Swirls & Curls)
Washi Tape Technique:
Align washi tape onto cardstock, any direction, colors or patterns
Emboss with folder once washi tape applied
Cardstock with Ink and Color Pop:
Using a piece of white cardstock embray 2 colors of ink on paper.
Emboss with Folder. I also sanded one side of attached photo to pop out cardstock color.
Gently peel off just front layer of napkin to use.
Glue Napkin to Cardstock and let dry, glue stick works best.
Trim napkin around card stock then emboss with choice of embossing folder
Dauber Embossed and 1/2 Sanded Cardstock:
Emboss cardstock with folder of choice.
Lightly daub different ink colors on pop up of embossed folder.
On other half of cardstock that was embossed and inked, lighlty sand for a different look
TIP: When Heat Embossing, always clean your area prior to embossing with your Embossing Buddy. This will help eliminate static and release extra embossing powders
Color Ink with Clear Embossing Cards
Stamp an image with any color ink onto cardstock.
Quickly Sprinkle Clear Embossing Powder onto ink and Heat Emboss until ink becomes shiny
Be careful not to over emboss with heat at may scorch paper or turn powder to white flakes.
White on White Heat Embossing:
Stamp an image using White Pigment Ink onto Cardstock.
Quickly shake on white embossing powder onto ink. Heat Emboss to shine up.
Use White ink or Chalk Marker to color leaves and use Wink of Stella or Shimmery Crystal Pen for flower
Thank you to Lisa Brennan for allowing me to case her card and use for a class
Heat Emboss on Vellum:
Stamp image using versamark on to Vellum. Shake metallic or any other color embossing powder on to image.
Heat Emboss Image. Cut
Resist Heat Embossing:
This is how the butterfly was done on Front page card.
Stamp your image using versamark ink onto cardstock
Emboss with white or clear embossing powder
Heat Emboss Image until shiny
The daub ink color on and around image
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